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Fashion + Home Cotton Swatch simplifies color palette development
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Mar '08
Pantone Inc announced the PANTONE FASHION + HOME cotton swatch set, the newest addition to the PANTONE FASHION + HOME SMART Color System line of products. SMART is indicative of the company's commitment to deliver innovation that is Sensible, Manageable, Accessible, Relevant and Tough, reducing costs and shortening the color development cycle.

The PANTONE FASHION + HOME cotton swatch set, a portable case containing loose-format cotton swatches of all 1,925 colors in the PANTONE FASHION + HOME library, is the ideal tool for designers, manufacturers and retailers involved in palette development. Chromatically arranged by color family and displayed on two removable trays, the set is enclosed in a durable case for convenient storage and protection of the color swatches.

“Changes in today's marketplace have inspired us to reevaluate, restyle and reconfigure our tools into multiple formats so that our customers can find the tool that best suits their needs,” said Tod Shulman, vice president of the fashion, home and interiors division at Pantone. “The PANTONE FASHION + HOME cotton swatch set offers our customers a new, easy way to create color palettes. It's a playground for color.”

The PANTONE FASHION + HOME cotton swatch set measures approximately 15” high, 18” wide and 6” deep. Each cotton swatch measures 1” x 4” and is arranged on rings by color family in groups of 35. The swatch set rings are displayed on two removable trays for easy transport and organization. The set also includes five additional rings that can be used for color palette development and comparison when working on a specific project.


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